# Some methods for classification and analysis of multivariate observations

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...The calculation of the means can also be formulated as a stochastic on-line process (MacQueen, 1967; Moody and Darken, 1989)....

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...The k-means is the simplest and most commonly used algorithm employing a squared error criterion [McQueen 1967]....

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...We constructed the graph G=(V,E) by taking each pixel as a node and defining the edge weight function as following: 2 2 2 ( , ) , i j i j I X F F X X i jW i j e e X X r σ σ − − − − = ∗ − 1 ( ), intensity ( ) [ , sin( ), cos( )]( ), color [ * , ..., * ]( ), texturen I i F i v v s h v s h i I f I f…...

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...Computational complexity issues remain unsolved, even though the method performs well for a preprocessing....

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...281 282 FIFTH BERKELEY SYMPOSIUM: MAC QIEEN cases of the problem of optimal information structures as formulated by Marschak [11], [12]....

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